Order of Angell releases 2018 roster

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Emma Richter/Daily

 

Monday, April 17, 2017 - 1:37pm

The Order of Angell, an elite club of campus leaders at the University of Michigan, released the names of its 116th class to The Michigan Daily on Monday.

The Order, initially named “Michigamua,” was created in 1902 by former University President James Burrill Angell. The group selects, or “taps,” no more than 25 rising seniors from a diverse array of student organizations and athletic teams on campus.

The Order of Angell changed its name in 2007 from “Michigamua” to further itself from its controversial past. Tapped students are campus leaders with diverse experiences and are expected to give back to this school.

“Although we do not represent all the leadership that exists on campus, this year’s class of 22 leaders will continue the mission to bridge campus divides, promote pride for the University, and unite our campus in all its breadth of diversity,” reads the press release sent to the Daily.

 

The list of selected students follows: 

Joshua Blum, University of Michigan Hillel

Sam Boeve, Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan

PJ Bogle, Men’s Lacrosse

Claire Borchers, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Women’s Track and Field

Adam Brodnax, Michigan in Color and Midwest Asian American Student Union

Teddy Gotfredson, Men’s Glee Club

Ellen Green, FIRST Alumni and Mentors Network at Michigan

Caity Hines, Out in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and Society of Women Engineers

Daniel Huang, Revolution Chinese Yo-Yo

Joey Insalaco, Interfraternity Council

Laura Jimenez, Water Polo

Emma Kinery, The Michigan Daily

Matt Ladis, MUSIC Matters

Isaiah Land, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Umang Lathia, TEDxUofM

Nadine Malek, Dance 2XS Michigan

Gregory McMurtry, National Society of Black Engineers

Max Rothman, Wolverine Support Network and Central Student Government

Anushka Sarkar, Central Student Government

Rohan Sinha, BOND Consulting Group and Phi Chi Theta Business & Economics Fraternity

Alyssa Wallace, Army ROTC

Kevin Yang, Student Organization Funding Commission